Posts by Robert Ker

November 2, 2014
Content Writer and Editor
There are whispers on the Portland-area playgrounds that the PMA has a haunted mansion. This is, of course, preposterous. Sure, the McLellan House is old and stately, and it’s easy to imagine walking by after dark and seeing a mysterious shadow in the second-story window. But trust us, it’s probably just Mike in security.

November 1, 2014
Content Writer and Editor
The year was 1882. Portland was wildly different then: many men sported beards, nearly everyone made crafts, and the food was locally sourced. As a stronghold for the temperance movement, people weren’t so into drinking craft beers, but that’s OK—at just 22 years old, the state of Maine was barely old enough to drink, anyway.

September 18, 2014
Content Writer and Editor
This weekend, PMA Movies presents a trio of films that takes you around the world to explore concepts of creativity, expression, and activism. Together, these three films paint a global portrait of the lengths humans will go to create art and find meaning in the world.